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Consistency in Leadership

This article is the fourth of a five-part series Become a Great Senior Living Leader by the TALA Workforce Development Committee. Stay tuned each week for the next in the series.  

There are multiple traits that make a successful leader in Senior Living: high emotional intelligence, integrity, respect, self-awareness, communication. One trait that is also key in moving the needle in your business is consistency.

What Are the Benefits of Leading with Consistency?

Leading with consistency means that a leader builds a sense of security with both their team [...]

By |2024-02-28T18:27:07-06:00February 28th, 2024|

Self-Differentiation & Why It’s Important in Work Relationships

This article is the third of a five-part series Become a Great Senior Living Leader by the TALA Workforce Development Committee. Stay tuned each week for the next in the series.  

Differentiation of self is a psychological state in which someone can maintain their sense of self, identity, thoughts, and emotions when emotionally or physically close with others, particularly within intense relationships.

What Is Differentiation of Self? 

Differentiation of self means separating personal feelings and thoughts from those of co-workers, friends, or other networks. Doing so may sound simple, but [...]

By |2024-02-21T11:05:36-06:00February 21st, 2024|

Getting to Know Staff Needs

This article is the first of a five-part series Become a Great Senior Living Leader by the TALA Workforce Development Committee. Stay tuned each week for the next in the series.  

Let’s start off by stating the fact that we all want to be truly seen and truly known.  The workplace is no exception.  Famous psychologist, Abraham Harold Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs[1] lists five basic needs for all humans:

  1. Self-Actualization
  2. Self-Esteem
  3. Love & Belonging
  4. Safety & Security
  5. Physiological needs

Four of the five relate [...]

By |2024-02-13T16:21:31-06:00February 9th, 2024|
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